The Department of the Treasury has extended its contract with software company Link4, and has agreed to continue using its e-invoicing services after a successful initial 12-month period.
The Ministry of Business Innovation, and Employment chooses software company Link4 as one of the four access point providers to accelerate its e-invoicing adoption. The adoption of e-invoice could add $4.4 billion to the NZ economy in over ten years, the company says.
BOC Gas is the first large enterprise to join the Australian e-Invoicing network, and it has done so by using Adelaide based access point provider Link4.
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